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Much of Azerbaijan’s football history, which began in 1911, is associated with the Soviet
March 1918 Massacre in Baku
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March 1918 Massacre in Baku
Thousands of Azerbaijanis were killed in three days of slaughter at the end of March 1918, when
Azerbaijan Democratic Republic
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The period of the Democratic Republic, 1918-1920, was a distorted and scarcely mentioned page in
A Victim of Art
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Since the signing of the ‘Contract of the
The Book of Dede Gorgud: A Masterpiece of Epic Literature
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State Flag Day
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State Flag Day
by Mais Amrahov

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Uzeyir Hajibayov: a musical pioneer
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Uzeyir Hajibayov: a musical pioneer
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"Every nation wants its
Alexander the Great in Azerbaijan’s literature and folklore
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From the history of conquests

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From the history of Azerbaijani clothing
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From the history of Azerbaijani clothing
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Clothing fashions date back to th
Britain's Azerbaijan Policy (November 1917 - September 1918)
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Britain's Azerbaijan Policy (November 1917 - September 1918)
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Britain’s policy towards the
A Mirror of his Time: The Poet M. A. Sabir
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Remembering President Heydar Aliyev
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The Contract of the Century, signed on 20 September 1994, set Azerbaijan on a path of stability and
Sattar Bahlulzade: A Highly Individual Artist
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Sattar Bahlulzade: A Highly Individual Artist
The life and work of one of Azerbaijan's great landscape painters.
Big Buildings Bloom in Baku
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Big Buildings Bloom in Baku
One of the world’s oldest oil industry hubs is currently undergoing rapid and dynamic
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The Mountain Jews and their fate during WWII
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Mountain Jews call themselves Juhuro (or Juvuro, in their Quba dialect), which means
A Legend of Azerbaijani Poetry
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A Legend of Azerbaijani Poetry
On 21 October of this year the great Azerbaijani poet and freedom fighter Khalil Rza Uluturk would
British Police in Baku
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British Police in Baku
At the end of World War I, Britain and France signed a convention, dividing up their geographical
1918  - Azerbaijan at War
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1918 - Azerbaijan at War
This is the second of a two-part article on Azerbaijan in 1918, at the end of the First World War
The Polish Architects Who Shaped Baku
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The Polish Architects Who Shaped Baku
After I started my assignment in Baku, the names of Gosławski, Skórewicz, Płoszko and other
The National Museum of Azerbaijani History at 90
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The National Museum of Azerbaijani History at 90
The National Museum of Azerbaijani History celebrated its 90th birthday on 15 June 2010. Beginning
Stage Set for a New Chapter in Azerbaijani Oil and Gas
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Stage Set for a New Chapter in Azerbaijani Oil and Gas
On 14 September the Azerbaijani government signed an amended and restated agreement with BP and
Dolma – parcels of culinary pleasure
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Dolma – parcels of culinary pleasure
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The name of this ancient national dish originates with the pure
The Azerbaijani Delegation to the Paris Peace Conference
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The Azerbaijani Delegation to the Paris Peace Conference
After the First World War, the Paris Peace Conference (18 January 1919 – 21 January 1920) set
Baku-Batumi – the World’s Longest Pipeline
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The official opening of the Baku-Batum kerosene pipeline took place on 24 July 1907 in Tiflis, to
His Majesty Khash
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His Majesty Khash
Love it or loathe it, khash is a local institution. There’s nothing that Azerbaijani men like
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Baku’
A Short Guide to Azerbaijani Weddings (10 Things I Wish I Had Been Told)
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In eight years of living in Azerbaijan, I have been to my fair share of weddings. These are a
Islam and Secularism – the Azerbaijani Experience
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Islam and Secularism – the Azerbaijani Experience
Azerbaijan has recently been associated with secularism and religious tolerance at a growing number
Lamb Saj
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Azerbaijani cuisine is one of the oldest and richest in the world. Hemmed in on three sides by
Hospitality in Azerbaijan
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There is a certain list of places which people could spend a lifetime being only vaguely aware of.
Azerbaijan's First Newspaper
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The press has a unique part to play in the progress of a nation and in the
Jalil Mammadguluzadeh and Molla Nasreddin - Political satire comes East -
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The Molla Nasreddin magazine was one of the most remarkable project
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A Phenomenon in Modern Science or Who Are You Lotfi Zadeh?
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The theory of fuzzy logic caused a revolution worldwide whe
Author Elchin Safarli on Life, Love and Self-Belief
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Elchin Safarli: One fine day I was faced with a dilemma – to be led by the desires of
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Despite increasing development in recent decades, the 30 plus villages of the Absheron peninsula
KISH CHURCH one of the oldest churches in the Caucasus
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In the year 2000 Norwegian explorer and
Three Mountain Villages Xinaliq, Lahij and Saribash
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A few hours separate the clean calm air of Azerbaijan’s
Icheri Sheher - a rare pearl of cultural heritage
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Icheri Sheher - a rare pearl of cultural heritage
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by Vafa Quliyeva

Icheri Sheher (Inner City), the pear
Looking West – Azerbaijani Writer Mirza Fatali Akhundov
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New borders, new ideas, enlightenment versus entrenched attitudes – the 19th century was a tim
Nigar Guliyeva: Writing Letters in the Post-Postal Age
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